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Elementary Spotlight: Math

Early math skills—such as number sense, number relations, pattern identification, estimation, and measurement—are the foundation for future math achievement. By mastering these basic concepts, young students can engage in more complex cognitive processing and develop higher-level math skills. Also, early math achievement has been linked to an increased likelihood to take

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Celebrating Pi Day!

Pi is the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. Although it is a non-terminating, non-repeating number, the decimal approximation 3.14 and the fraction 22/7 are typically used to represent the irrational mathematical constant. The Greek letter π, was first used as the symbol for pi in 1706 by

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Pi Day 2015 – Yummier Than Ever!

Ever since the ancient Egyptians, teachers have celebrated March 14th with a combination of pastry and math. The 18th century addition of the Greek symbol π to represent the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter gave the number 3.14 a unique gravitas all its own. This

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Best of 2014

As we wrap up 2014, we take a look back at a fabulous year here at Curriculum Pathways. This year brought record registrations, skyrocketing student usage, and continued creativity in resource/app integration. Of our 1,250+ (free!) resources, here are this year's most loved. Top 3 Resources 1. Algebra 1. Explore video and